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Nickelodeon extends Power Rangers Samurai broadcast

Multi-territory deal will see show hit key Euro territories, plus Latin America and Australasia.
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Nickelodeon has snapped up the broadcast rights to Power Rangers Samurai in key European territories, as well as Latin America, Australia and New Zealand in a multi-territory deal with Marvista Entertainment.

The network now has rights to 40 new Power Rangers Samurai episodes for Germany, Holland and Flemish-speaking Belgium, and pay television rights for all other territories.

The series will begin airing in May.

"Power Rangers Samurai is already a proven hit on Nickelodeon in the US and, naturally, both Marvista and Saban Brands are deeply gratified to expand the relationship with Nickelodeon to deliver the series to existing and new fans across the globe," said Fernando Szew, CEO of Marvista, which is the international distributor for the show.

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